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Stepwise decision making in Finland for the disposal of spent nuclear fuel : workshop proceedings, Turku, Finland, 15-16 November 2001 /
hosted by Posiva Oy ... [et al.].
imprint
Paris : Nuclear Energy Agency, OECD, c2002.
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148 p. ; 27 cm.
ISBN
9264199411
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Paris : Nuclear Energy Agency, OECD, c2002.
isbn
9264199411
catalogue key
4781248
 
Includes bibliographic references (p. 122-123).
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An account of the individual presentations and the discussions that took place at an NEA workshop held in November 2001 which focused on three main topics: the stepwise decision-making process, stakeholder involvement and confidence building.
Table of Contents
Forewordp. 3
Executive Summaryp. 9
Background to the Workshopp. 21
An International Perspective on the Workshop Resultsp. 23
Introduction to the Workshopp. 27
Welcome Addressp. 29
Background to the Decision in Principlep. 33
Explaining the Ratification of Nuclear Waste Disposal by the Finnish Parliament: Political Culture and Contextual Factorsp. 35
Historical and Legislative Framework of the Decision in Principlep. 37
Safety: One Crucial Element for Decision Makingp. 41
The Process of Stepwise Decision Making in Finland: Past and Future of the Decision in Principlep. 43
The Past and Future of the Decision in Principle: the Implementor's Point of Viewp. 45
The Regulator's Relationship with the Public and the Media: Satisfying Expectationsp. 47
The Opposition's Turn to Speakp. 49
The Process of Stepwise Decision Making in Finland: Past and Future of the Decision in Principlep. 51
Session 2 Report: The Process of Decision Making in Finland: Its History and Outcomep. 53
Stakeholder Involvement, Particularly in the Environmental Impact Assessmentp. 55
Stakeholder Involvement Particularly in the Environmental Impact Assessment: Final Disposal Facility Projectp. 57
Public Participation in the Environmental Impact Assessment: One Alternative of Involvementp. 59
Stakeholder Involvement, Particularly in the Environmental Impact Assessmentp. 61
Stakeholder Involvement in Posiva's Environmental Impact Assessmentp. 63
What Could Have Been Done? Reflection on the Radioactive Waste Battle as Seen From Belowp. 65
Scoping and Public Participation in the Environmental Impact Assessment: Finnish Experiencep. 71
Session 3 Report: Stakeholder Involvement, Particularly in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)p. 73
Confidence Building: What Gives Confidence to the Various Categories of Stakeholders?p. 79
What Gives Confidence to the Various Categories of Stakeholders?p. 81
Confidence Building: What Gives Confidence to the Various Categories of Stakeholders?p. 83
Social Science and Nuclear Waste Management: Building Confidence, Legitimising Decisions or Increasing Comprehension?p. 85
The Role of the Public Sector's Research Programme in Support of the Authorities and in Building Confidence on the Safety of Spent Fuel Disposalp. 87
Session 4 Report: Important Aspects in Confidence Building (Finnish Case Study)p. 89
Conclusions, Assessment and Feedbackp. 93
Thematic Report on Public Governancep. 95
Thematic Report on Social Psychologyp. 105
Thematic Report on Community Development and Sitingp. 115
Thematic Report on Strategic Decision Makingp. 125
Programme of the Workshopp. 131
Biographical Notes of workshop Speakers and Organisersp. 137
List of Participantsp. 145
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